Market days begin: Grass Valley Farmers Market opens for season |

Market days begin: Grass Valley Farmers Market opens for season


Carol Crockett and Wayne Olts of Crockett Tiles tend to their booth Saturday at the Grass Valley Farmers Market. The Saturday market will be held from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the McKnight Crossing Shopping Center, 151 W. McKnight Way. It will run weekly until Nov. 20.
John Orona


The pair create custom, handmade ceramic tiles using unique materials.
John Orona


The green shimmering river in this tile depicting the South Yuba River was made from crushed olive oil bottles.
John Orona


Nevada County resident Chris Groves came by the market looking for honey.
John Orona


Groves stopped by the Sierra Rizing booth to pick up some baked goods


Groves’ honey haul from the Grass Valley Farmers Market Saturday.


Amy Pharis of Pharis Farm and Ciara Shapiro of AM Ranch sell pasture-raised protein. Pharis provides the chicken and Shapiro supplies the pork.
John Orona





Rivers Rising Bread was a popular choice among market goers Saturday.
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Kelsey Ewing said the bread sold out quickly.

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Emma Stiso displays chilled Beber Fresh Almondmilk.



Nathan Arbaugh ran the Premier Mushrooms booth for his mother’s business Saturday.


Mushrooms on display Saturday at the Grass Valley Farmers Market.


Sugar Mills Bakery owner and baker Devin Blaney sells fresh baked goods Saturday.



Missy Boyd helps out at the family-run Fresh Way Fish booth Saturday.



Coco Lorraine started making and selling candles during the pandemic.

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